According to the Department of Transportation (DOT), 63 of New Jersey’s 85 red-light cameras fell short of legality since they have shorter yellow light times than required by statute. Although the DOT suspended the issuance of red-light tickets from these 63 cameras, hundreds of people received tickets from them as a result of this defect.
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The New Jersey State Assembly recently voted 52-26 in favor of a measure that would stiffen the requirements a young person must satisfy in order to obtain a driver’s license. Under the new bill, all teens under the age of 18 who apply for a learner’s permit would be obligated to complete a teen driver
Last April, the trustees of Social Security and Medicare announced that beneficiaries of those programs face a cut in their benefits of about 25% by 2033 if Congress did not act. However, deep within that report was an estimate that those who receive Social Security Disability Benefits would see their checks reduced by 21% within
A New Jersey sheriff recently launched a website called “Facecrook.” Inspector Mickey Bradley designed the website in order to get the names of crooks publicly known and to boost anonymous tips. The idea for Facecrook originally came to Inspector Bradley nearly a year ago. It works in conjunction with the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office and